Wyoming Transportation Safety Coalition

The coalition is facilitated by the Wyoming Trucking Association, Inc. Members include trucking industry representatives from each region of the state who represent a myriad of commodities being hauled, routes being driven and types of equipment and operation. The coalition also includes energy industry representatives, members from various divisions within WYDOT and people from various other state agencies (Department of Workforce Services, the governor’s office, state epidemiologist, Department of Health, Department of Education, Department of Homeland Security, as well as the University of Wyoming).

Also in the coalition are federal agencies (FMCSA, NHTSA, FHWA), representatives from the rail industry, the insurance industry, safety consultants, driver training schools, representatives from local government (city and county, local traffic enforcement groups), the Wyoming Contractors Association,  Petroleum Association of Wyoming, Wyoming Mining Association and the Wyoming State AFL-CIO. Members are added as necessary as the coalition identifies stakeholders.

Mission Statement

Reducing work related transportation fatalities through education, training and working relationships with entities charged with overseeing transportation in Wyoming.  Be a proactive organization working to develop processes which will aid in reducing transportation fatalities on the roadways of Wyoming.

Core Purpose

To identify factors that contribute to transportation related fatalities in Wyoming’s workplace and to minimize their impact through education, outreach and enforcement.